Kendrick Lamar – Untitled2, Lyrics Review In 5 Points

The same way Untitled (1) has been the preface to To Pimp A Butterfly Untitled 2 stands as the appendix of an 11 times Grammy nominated work. This sums up Kendrick’s evolution over his career, And this sums up his message from Section 80 to TPAB.   1) Patience Is The Key  See I barely…

Kendrick Lamar: Institutionalized Behind These Walls – Lyrics Crossover

Hilarious video, and great crossover between the two tracks Insitutionalized and These Walls. Kendrick Lamar, aka King Kunta, or King Kendrick, the one with mad influence, appears behind the walls of a motel. The motel here, being the metaphor for the society’s vices: the brainwashing ideas about getting rich, having the baddest chicks, even those “not genetically possible…

Kendrick Lamar – Alright: 10 Symbols Of Positivity & Hope

“I’m all these kids” Kendrick Lamar The black and white visual represents perfectly the dark, dazed and confused world that inhabits the mind, body and soul of the young rapper Kendrick Lamar. If this album is the place where he expresses his flaws before accepting his inner beauty This is also the place for the…

Kendrick Lamar: His Album Is A Black Portraiture In Itself

When the four corners of this cocoon did eventually collide, the beauty of Kendrick Lamar’s master piece then shined bright Inspiring, moving, touching… this album, is actually a complex of emotions, ideologies, and cultures. If this was a movie, TPAB would be the perfect conclusion of a great trilogy, from Section 80 to the Return…

FoCus Lyrics Review – Kendrick Lamar’s Cartoon and Cereal

I just had to get down on this track and to break down what I thought was to break down. The instrumental of this track, Cartoons & Cereal, make you dive into one dark and almost scary atmosphere. This atmosphere gives an impression of a kind of mental psychosis, with those fake electronic voices evocating the state of mind of a baby…

Marlee In The Mixx – Mashing-Up Genres In Your Mic

SOUNDS SO BEAUTIFUL, DON’T YOU AGREE? A jamming nine-member band made the great difference among all of the Kay Dot’s covers, thus far. Marlee In The Mixx, aka MITM, finds its light image in the light face of Marlee D, lead singer. The inspiration takes life in Neo-soul, R&B, Gospel, Hip Hop, Jazz and Groove GoGo….